- Contribute to the research environment.
CJLS provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and the development of individual and collaborative projects, by organising and hosting seminars and conferences, fostering internal and external links, and providing a peer-support group for the production of publications and the submission of funding applications, for both early and mid-career researchers. CJLS also intends to explore the possibility of establishing partnerships with other research centres and institutes.
2. Support the production of publications and funding applications, with a peer-support group.
Members of the Centre also contribute to a programme aimed at skill development for ECRs at school level.
3. Support research-led teaching.
CJLS provides supervisory and monitoring capacity for the PhD programme in law and criminology. Expertise in CJLS also feeds the LLM programme. Members of CJLS provide skill development sessions for Early Career Researchers and postgraduate research students, as well as organising ad hoc presentations by practitioners on career paths. CJLS aims at strengthening its links with the Legal Advice Centre in the School.
CJLS welcomes initiatives by postgraduate research students, and all its research seminars, conferences and workshops are open to all students.